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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuradoy, July 9, 1970 THE lETHBRIDOf HERALD In My Opinion By CHRISTINE PUHL Horald Staff Writer DRACULA ABSTRACT From First Catastrophe. IV Perfection NOSE PUTTY A DELICATE JOB THE PUZZLER OLD MAN WARNER Learn Through Experience In Makeup Course By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Staff Writer Faces to be seen during a four-day stage makeup course at the Bowman Arts Centre ranged from first-try attempts to neat precise lines, character- istic of perfected stage make- up. There were 10 pupils in the course instructed by Murie] Matheson, as part of the Allied Arts summer program. On the first day of class the students who were novices to sticks of color and other "guk" that floats around a makeup room, learned which colors are T een a public service policy since the federal service started a century ago, sociologist Kath-een Archibald says in Sex and the Public Service, a special remit prepared under a contract ssued by the Public Service Commission. But "the equal opportunity that would make equal pay meaningful" has been largely The Hon By Elizabeth Bartman, 1 Rapeseed oil comes from Canada's fourth largest yield crop. Look around you, and you will se it growing everywhere throughout the countryside around Lethbridge. It is called the "Cinderella" crop of our prairies. Once grown only for a luminant and lubricant, within twenty years in Canada it become widely used, as an edible oil in a wide variety of food District Home Economist spoons rapeseed oil, 4 tablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, Vi teaspoon salt, teaspoon pepper. Combine oil and flour. Stir continually over direct heat until mixture has bubbled for about 1 minute. Remove from teat. Stir in milk and -bring to soil. Boil one minute, stirring constantly. Add season ing. Serve with vegetables, meat and fish. When you buy these oils from your gorcer's shelves you will be getting rapeseed oil: West, BINGO Scandinavian Hall S29 12th SI. "C" N. Fri., July 10th Starts at p.m. Doom Open p.m. 5 Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Games in 7 Numbers WORTH Joekpot in 55 Not. Sorry No Under li Yean ef Age Allowed poniored by the Vasa Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meilson and daughter Jette of R o n n e, Bornholm, Denmark were the guests of honor at a family sup- per hosted by Mrs. Emily Lind- wall of tethbridge. Other guests included Mrs. Alice Halstead, Okotoks; Mr and Mrs. Allen Cowley, Chris- tine Puhl, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Raisebeck, Mr. and Mrs. Don Deale, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Undwall and Mr. and Mrs -toug Raisebeck of Lethbridge; Peggy Lindwall of Hec Jeer and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Morris of Purple Springs. Slides I of Denmark were viewed. OQNI-II )f NIIAI I Y YOURS Barbara ''Brent MONTREAL, July 9th For a pleasant change why not try barbecued spare ribs? This recipe serves 8 fot less than and takes less than 15 minutes to prepare for cooking. SILVER WRAPPED KIBS 2 onfoni, sliced 2 lemoni, sliced 1 cup birbecut rauce with soup mix. Top with lemon and -i- sauce over; Seal foil. Barbecue 2 to j hours or bake in the oven at 3SO dee. F. for 1H to 2 hours Delicious with baked potatoes and green salad. te 4 Itii. tide rib! 1 tmrtloin Uptnii Oninn Soup Mix Gattuso, Capri, Burns, V. L. Brand, Stafford. Use it to make the lightest chiffon cakes, muffins, pastry and cakes which call for liquid shortening, your favorite may- onnaise, French dressing or salad dressing, doughnuts, or wherever a liquid shortening, melted butter or shortening is required. And when It conies time to "season" some kitchen pan use rapeseed oil. The pan surface will not become "gummy" as it does with some oils. Since rapeseed oil will sol- idify when the cap has been removed and some used don't store the bottle in the refrig- erator. While sauce recipes usually call for a soild fat. So you may appreciate the following pro- portions when you have rape- seed oil on hand. Thin White Sauce: 1 table- spoon rapeseed oil, 1 table spoon flour, 1 cup milk Onion Pizza Snack, requires an oven at 425 degrees F for 15 minutes. Base: 1 cup all-purpose flour, 3 tsps. baking powder, cup milk, 1 cup quick cooking rolled oats, cup rapeseed oil. teaspoon salt, teaspoon pep- per. Medium white sauce: 2 or 3 tablespoons rapeseed oil, 2 or 3 :ablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, Yt teaspoon salt, teaspoon pepper. Thick white sauce: 4 table- IT DOJSNT SURPRISE ME that GRAND PRIX among soft drinks has zoomed to the 'cool wlll. ut iuc udaiu ingru- dients in soft drinks is pure cane sugar and there s never any skimping on sugar in Grand .use? in making all H flavours is filtered, purified and 'polished' (that B UP Grand Pris one of 1WMINION STORES' own brands. Cramps? Nausea? Diarrhea? Count on Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry lor gentle, soothing relief Iron unpleasant, embarrassing symp- toms. Tested and proven by 6 generations of Canadians. You owe it to your family In keep it on hand. Ask lor... Dr. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY Filling: 1 cup ground up cooked ham or shoulder or 14 cup luncheon meat broken up, cup milk, Vz cup creamed cottage cheese, 2 eggs, pkg. onion soup mix, 2 tsps. dried parsely flakes. Sift flour and baking powder into bowl. Stir in oats. Com- bine milk and oil. Stir briskly with fork and then add all at once to dry ingredients. Stir with fork to form dough. Turn on lightly floured surface and knead half a dozen times. Di- p vide dough in half. Press each portion into a nine or ten inch pie plate, with a three quarter inch border. Spread half cup of ham on each base. Combine cottage cheese, eggs and milk in bowl. Beai with rotary beater. Add onion soup mix and continue beating until well mixed. Pour half the mixture over each base and spread to edges. Sprinkle parsley over the top. Garnish with slivers of cheese, mush- room slices or sliced olives as desired. Bake until edges are golden. Cut into pie shaped wedges and serve warm. Pizzas can be made ahead and reheated. Yields two 10 inch pizzas. Fondue Cookery may be your kitchen time table. You will appreciate rapeseed oil, if it is, since it can be heated to higher temperature without smoking than is possible with other oils. This means that the food cooks faster and tastes bet- ter. non-existent, Miss Archibal says. A note at the beginning of the report says that, although was produced under the com mission's auspices, the view expressed are those of the au thor, a Canadian who studied a the University of British Colum bia and who works for the Kane Corp. in California. The federal public service the largest single employer o women in the country will females out of full-time employees in 1967 Miss Archibald said. SALARIES LOW In I960, "slightly over half tlie women in the public service made less than eomparec with 14 per cent of the men." A salary increase "brought 50 per cent of the men out of this bracket, leaving seven per cent, but only 19 per cent of the women, leaving 41 per cent." In 1968 only 444 women out of a total of made over "So long as the current de- gree of occupational segregation continues, women will have only limited opportunities to demon- strate they can be as productive as men on many jobs, and sala- ries in 'female' fields are likely to remain depressed." Careers to most "fe- male" fields top out at lower s a 1 a r i es than "male" fields, Miss Archibald says. PAY MORE FOR LESS As an example, she notes the "seemingly unjustifiable" sepa- ration between social workers, a category dominated by wo- men familiar with welfare work, and a category for wel- fare program administrators, a level dominated by men. The! second field carries higlur sal- aries despite the fact that edu- cation requirements are higher for the social workers than they are for the welfare program ad- ministrators.' Secretaries or stenographers may gain promotion through several minor levels but then reach the point where a secre- tary's stauta and salary is de- termined by the status of her boss, not by the demanfs of her job. Many married women want to work part day, part-week or part-year, Miss Archibald says, but tie whole system is geared to the full-time worker- and any- one else is "a special case, a nuisance and, often, a second- class citizen." Both sides lose, she says, because two half-day typists might do the job better than one full-time one. J CaLLr Of Jin Original Pensioners and Sen- or Citizens' Auxiliary will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the YMCA, 15 9th St. S. Fort Macleod square dancers rill hold a street dance, Friday at p.m. in conjunction with Macleod Midnight Days. Ul square dancers are wel- ome. Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 IOOF ill meet in the Oddfellows Hall Tiursday at 8 p.m. Installation The permissive attitude of parents combined with their busy social and business lives, leaves no doubt in my mind as to why communications between parents and children has broken down. The parents in one family I know were so busy preparing and planning a holiday that the children themselves were practically ignored. Most likely the parents never even guessed what they were doing because after all, they were work- Ing so hard to -take the children on a vacation. Looking into the future, one can just picture how the vacation will turn out. The children will probably go and play by themselves, as they are used to doing while the parents "flake out" totally exhausted from the preparations. What a shame. The generation gap is a real problem in our society but many parents do not look far enough ahead while their children are four, five and six years-of-age to combat this problem. Young children usually do not get pleasure out of long motoring trips. Yet a vacation beside a quiet lake where they can fish with Dad or help Mom build a fire and stir the "grub" is very appealing. Through these first channels of close conversa- tion, a better home atmosphere may evolve. As children grow older the parent-children rela- tionship will always be one of test and trial. It is common with all children to see just how far they can go with their parents. Actually most youth do want boundaries set. Just stop and think back a moment. How many times did you get your own way when you really didn't want it? But once you had pestered, threaten- ed and pouted for the privilege how could you back out? It's one big merry-go-round. Parents who set rules without reasons may be heading for trouble as well. Coming home early on a week night for school is a valid reason but de- manding a daughter to be in by 11 p.m. on a Satur- day night because of what the neighbors might think in my opinion is not going to help enforce that rule. A willingness to negotiate is also an important factor. Parents have the money and power. Instead of offering a son the choice of always giving-in or leaving once-and-for-all, he may be able to logically convince you of a new viewpoint. Peer approval will also set a better home at- mosphere. Bad skin problems and clothes often create frustrating problems for students they will carry home with them. Here again, communication is the answer not dictatorship Most important, what about yourself? How can you expect to let your children see you floating high on liquor and tranquilizers ex- pecting them to find their own means of tuning in and out. One man offered his solution to the current drag problem by saying, "Let the kids take the drugs until they Mil themselves off." Of course this is completely impractical because youth are the crux of our society. But this viewpoint is a valid one to remember because the children you are bringing up today are the ones who will be running the world tomorrow. Your guidance and examples could easily make or break the existing world. f officers, elcome. Visiting members THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes Less Ashamed POOLE, England (AP) A wachside hostel for unmarried mothers in this south coast re- sort has closed after 25 years. Administrator Rev. John Ker- ruish said girls nowadays are less ashamed to have illegiti- mate babies. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. abouThemorrhoidj. Do something CASH BINGO This Thursday Evening July 9th STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HAU CORNER 12th STREET B and 7th AVENUE NORTH 20 1st 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 12 6th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT 18 12th 7-NUMBER JACKPOT-lucky Draw JACKPOT-57 Nos. or Blackout Jackpot AISO FREE CARDS, Ffcfl GAMES AND 2 DOOR PRIZES under 16 yeorf no> allowed Aid of St. P.l.r and Si. Paul'. Church WANTED! REGISTERED NURSE To Fill Position Of NURSE-IN-CHARGE In New 30-Bcd Nursing Home For more Information please write to: MRS. ESTHER SHEETS, ADMINISTRATOR BOX 787, CHINOOK, MONTANA 59523 "Hey, Fred this guy jusl asked for fha 'Chef's Special'...What's FURNITURE SALE FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS BEFORE UAVIM6 ON VACATION ;